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The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 1, 1955-56 (1978)

by Rupert Hart-Davis, George Lyttelton

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Series: Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters (1)

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There is no transaction which offers stronger temptation to sophistication and fallacy than epistolary intercourse.
DR JOHNSON
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This volume is dedicated by its editor with gratitude and affection to the dear memory of PAMELA LYTTELTON.
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The Hon. George William Lyttelton, second son of the fifth Lord Lyttelton (who later became the eighth Viscount Cobham), was born at Hagley Hall in Worcestershire on 6 January 1883.

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Bromsden Farm
Henley-on-Thames
Oxon

23 October 1955


My dear George
This is not so much the first over, as a gentle limbering up, a few balls off the wicket to see whether the arm will still go over.
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